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28 Jul 2014

Hair Transplantation


Thinning of hair, hair loss and baldness are quite common these days and many look towards a permanent solution for this ailment. Permanent hair loss can be treated with hair replacement procedures one of which is hair transplantation. Hair transplantation is a cosmetic procedure where a surgeon removes hair follicles or grafts from the back of the head and places them on the bald areas or in areas with scant hair growth.

Hair replacement or hair transplantation procedures utilize your existing hair and are generally successful provided you go to an experienced dermatologist who has the skills to perform the procedure. There are different types of hair transplantation techniques and the suitability of...



17 Jun 2014

leftOne of the big questions posed by folks who undergo facial hair transplant surgery is "how long before they can actively socialize?"

Well, facial hair transplant surgery or any hair transplant surgery results in minor swelling, scabbing and bruising. These may (depending on the patient's age), take anything from 4 days to one week to fully disappear.

Additionally, folks who have undergone facial hair transplant surgery might be required to take medications for a short duration. It might not be advisable to actively socialize while taking these medications.

Understanding Hair Transplantation

Hair transplantation is a surgical procedure which is undertaken to make the patient...



14 May 2014

Hair Loss TreatmentIn America, the hair gain industry is a 3.5 Billion dollar industry - that's a lot of folks suffering from the indignities of full or partial baldness. Of these, perhaps 20% accept their situation but the remainder 80% attempt some form of treatment or the other. Unfortunately for them, over 90% of hair loss treatment available in the US today is less than effective (read as 'mostly useless').

Hair loss is an emotionally distressing disease especially for women. At least men can shave their heads and display it as their new avatar. A woman with a shaved head is usually suspected of having some disease or the other and this could lead to social ostracization the effects of which can be more devastating than baldness itself.